Saturday, March 18, 2006

Judge orders that Google doesn't have to provide government with user information

In what is likely the last chapter in this particular saga, a US federal judge has ordered that Google does not have to provide the government with information about users' search queries. The judge only ordered that Google provide a random list of 50,000 URLs, but no proprietary information. See: InternetWeek | Judge Rules Google Doesn't Have To Turn Over Search Queries.

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